REBEL Fighting Championship prepares for uplisting to Nasdaq

In a report by Forbes on 16 April 2018, MMA is said to have 260 million fans worldwide. It has attracted large broadcast and pay-per-view audiences as well as big name sponsors such as Reebok, Harley Davidson, Monster Energy, Everlast and EA Sports.

With over triple the audience size in China, long-term exposure in the country, along with market differentiation, REBEL FC aims to be the first MMA and sports property from Asia to be listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market and to realize REBEL FC's long-term strategy of developing the full potential of MMA in China and promote the sport as a lifestyle that mainstream audiences can embrace.

To emphasize REBEL FC's intent to expand in China, the organization is hosting an event on 07 September 2018 at Beijing's National Olympic Stadium. Titled REBEL FC 9 - Battle for the Kingdom, it showcases the best MMA fighters China has to offer - Liu Wenbo, Wang Sai, Ning Guangyou and Wang Yayong - against the most seasoned international superstars who have competed at the very top of global MMA - UFC veterans Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva (UFC heavyweight contender) of Brazil and Takeya Mizugaki (UFC Bantamweight contender and No.1 ranked Bantamweight in Asia) of Japan, Brazil's REBEL FC Welterweight (77kg) champion Adriano 'The Rock' Balby and Japan's REBEL FC Bantamweight (61kg) champion Shuhei Sakano, who defeated the No.1 ranked Bantamweight in China, Ayideng Jumayi in REBEL FC 7 - Fight for Honour.

It is with the aforementioned promise of the MMA industry in China, as well as REBEL FC's vision to develop and grow MMA in China and bring the sport into the mainstream, that the organization is in the process of facilitating its uplisting from the OTC markets to the Nasdaq Capital Market, underlining its focused approach to the Chinese market, and in the time to come, the global stage.

On the right. REBEL CEO Justin Leong, left. REBEL CHAIRMAN KK Leong

In a report by Forbes on 16 April 2018, MMA is said to have 260 million fans worldwide. It has attracted large broadcast and pay-per-view audiences as well as big name sponsors such as Reebok, Harley Davidson, Monster Energy, Everlast and EA Sports.

With over triple the audience size in China, long-term exposure in the country, along with market differentiation, REBEL FC aims to be the first MMA and sports property from Asia to be listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market and to realize REBEL FC's long-term strategy of developing the full potential of MMA in China and promote the sport as a lifestyle that mainstream audiences can embrace.

To emphasize REBEL FC's intent to expand in China, the organization is hosting an event on 07 September 2018 at Beijing's National Olympic Stadium. Titled REBEL FC 9 - Battle for the Kingdom, it showcases the best MMA fighters China has to offer - Liu Wenbo, Wang Sai, Ning Guangyou and Wang Yayong - against the most seasoned international superstars who have competed at the very top of global MMA - UFC veterans Antonio 'Bigfoot' Silva (UFC heavyweight contender) of Brazil and Takeya Mizugaki (UFC Bantamweight contender and No.1 ranked Bantamweight in Asia) of Japan, Brazil's REBEL FC Welterweight (77kg) champion Adriano 'The Rock' Balby and Japan's REBEL FC Bantamweight (61kg) champion Shuhei Sakano, who defeated the No.1 ranked Bantamweight in China, Ayideng Jumayi in REBEL FC 7 - Fight for Honour.

It is with the aforementioned promise of the MMA industry in China, as well as REBEL FC's vision to develop and grow MMA in China and bring the sport into the mainstream, that the organization is in the process of facilitating its uplisting from the OTC markets to the Nasdaq Capital Market, underlining its focused approach to the Chinese market, and in the time to come, the global stage.